It has been nearly one year after Syntellia’s Fleksy keyboard for Android debuted, and we are glad to say that there has been progress made to the situation as Fleksy is no longer in beta. Of course, some folks would point out the fact that Fleksy arrived on Google Play half a year ago, but do bear in mind that this was available only to those who had linked up with the company’s Google+ community as a tester. It is nice to know that whoever who wants to give Fleksy a go now will be able to do so, after downloading it from Google Play and installing it of course.
If you would want to give the Fleksy predictive keyboard a go, it will be free for the first 30 days so that you can try it out, but once that time period is over and you would like to continue using it, be prepared to hand over $3.99. Of course, this does not mean that Syntellia is done with improvements to the Fleksy keyboard, as they intend to make sure that the beta app remains around for testing purposes. The beta has just received a new update that adds multiple language support. For the iOS side, Fleksy 2.0 for the iPhone was introduced just two days back, boasting a completely revamped engine which is touted to deliver better responsiveness, a new user interface that will flow alongside iOS 7.
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